Tourist Bureau News
Wyoming Office of Tourism has announced the launch of mobile version of website.
Facebooking pictures of favourite holiday spots is encouraging more Aussies to book domestic holidays, according to new research.
Contestants from Croatia, Taiwan and Australia each have won free week-long holidays in Thailand after participating in an online competition designed to promote the kingdom as a "Creative Tourism" destination.
Hong Kong House in Sydney (80 Druitt Street) explodes with colour and activity next Thursday 28th June, to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Telecom giant teams up with Greek tourism public sector to promote Greece as a destination to its massive global subscriber base; a move described as ‘major’ and ‘pioneering’.
Last night’s exciting episode of The Amazing Race Australia showed nine teams racing through Dubai before the surprise elimination of Brisbane couple Kym and Donna.
Tourism Australia has outlined the definitive need for the tourism industry to place a focus on social media, online campaigns and research.
Qantas has revealed international business is suffering, during a press conference at the Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) 2012 in Perth, Western Australia.
Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy outlined Australia’s national strategy to grow competitiveness and build industry resilience at the Australian Tourism Exchange 2012.
Destination NSW has announced its first ever manager appointment in Mumbai, alongside the launch of its seventh international office in the city.
Australian Minister for Tourism Martin Ferguson exhibited his commitment to the Indian market today by introducing the India 2020 strategic plan at the Australian Tourism Exchange 2012.
Looking for outdoor adventures and the warmth of summer in Asia right now, then South Korea has it all.
Minister for Tourism Martin Ferguson exhibited his commitment to the Indian market by introducing the India 2020 strategic plan at the Australian Tourism Exchange 2012.
Athenians Show Visitors the Real Athens, Up Close and Personal Guidebooks, travel guides and downloadable apps are surely great tools to explore and get around a city.
Less than two weeks after taking the message There’s nothing like Australia into Shanghai, Tourism Australia has seen its new video campaign spread like wild-fire online with up to eight million views and downloads within the short period.
Port Stephens Tourism Launches Major Online Campaign Showcasing the Region’s $5 Million Whale Watching Industry.
Tourism Queensland is urging Aussies down south to head north for the heat and beat the winter blues by trading beanies for bikinis and boardies.
While some praise Tourism Australia’s $250 million global campaign launch in China earlier this week others have taken a skeptical stance, wondering when Australia will spread its budget across other markets.
Oman Tourism has reinforced its commitment to the industry, utilising its new consumer campaign to drive potential travellers to book with agents across the country.
Moving forward with plans to tap into the Asian Century, Tourism Australia launched the next phase of its ‘There’s nothing like Australia’ campaign in China.
Less than five months after achieving its two million milestone, Tourism Australia has announced an extra million Likes, now sharing with up to three million fans worldwide on Facebook.
The world’s largest international fair in 2012, Expo 2012 Yeosu has opened in Korea on May 12.
Tourism Fiji is delighted to announce the appointment of Sparks Interactive, a New Zealand-based company as its new website partner.
The Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) has announced the launch of a new initiative, Do More in Dubai, designed to further boost inbound tourism in the city during the summer months.